Enjoy the nature and atmosphere of the archipelago
The Pentala Archipelago Museum is located on an old fisherman’s estate on Pentala Island in Espoonlahti Bay. The museum area consists of fifteen different buildings. The oldest one is a fisherman’s cottage built in the early 1790s. The fisherman’s estate was inhabited year-round until 1986.
Espoo’s maritime side is at its best on Pentala Island. The Archipelago Museum showcases the history of the people of the Archipelago. Both the everyday life of the inhabitants and the leisurely summers of the villa guests are portrayed. In the summer, the museum area is full of different activities. If you want to experience Espoo’s unique archipelago nature, simply follow a nature trail to Lake Pentalanjärvi and the Diksand beach. The Pentala Archipelago Museum is one of the five museums of the Espoo City Museum.
The museum is open in summer time, and this year every day between 10 am - 5 pm until Sept 2nd 2018.
After 13 August, the boat schedule is in force only on weekends (Sat–Sun 18–19 August, 25–26 August and 1–2 September).
Instructions how to get there are here. NB! After 13 August, the boat schedule is in force only on weekends (Sat–Sun 18–19 August, 25–26 August and 1–2 September).
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Free entrance with Museum card.